International Public Administration Review

The journal International Public Administration Review continues the 15 - year operation of the journal Administration, founded in 2003 at the Faculty of Administration, University of Ljubljana. 

Its new title stresses the greater international focus of the journal. It also indicates its traditional focus on the public sector, public administration and national administration. Changes in a country's public sector are a reflection of social changes in the country and in the world. Therefore the reform of public administration is “a never-ending story”, in which science and the discipline should play an important role. 

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  • IPSA - International Political Science Abstracts
  • IBSS – International Bibliography of the Social Sciences
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  • SSRN - Social Science Research Network
  • ERIH PLUS

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Vol 14, No 4 (2016)

Table of Contents

Articles

Online Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in the Croatian Banking Sector PDF
Sanda Grudić Kvasić, Ljerka Cerović, Bojana Olgić Draženović 9–26
Measuring the Efficiency of Public Health Services by DEA PDF
Neda Vitezić, Alemka Šegota, Stanka Setnikar Cankar 27–48
Procurement at Local Government Level – Issues and Controversies PDF
Marija Kaštelan Mrak, Nenad Vretenar, Jelena Jardas Antonić 49–69
Comparison of Organizational Climate in the Regional Unit of the National Institute of Public Health Before and After Reorganization PDF
Gašper Jordan, Gozdana Miglič, Miha Marič 71–96
Transition d’un système de carrière à système d’emploi au travers d’un modèle hybride (Modernisation de la fonction publique en Hongrie) PDF
Zoltan Hazafi 97–114
The Public Participation in the Drafting of Legislation in Hungary PDF
László Vértesy 115–135


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